Yates, Jack
January 2017
Farmers Weekly;1/13/2017, Issue 1143, p1
Trade Publication
Product Review
The article reports that Nick Hiscox of the Free-Range Milk Marketing Board (FRMMB) at a Midlands farm in England has launched a new free-range milk brand that promises a fair price to suppliers.


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